The next step in construction is framing. After the concrete hardens overnight, workers can step on it although it needs to dry a lot longer for a car to park.
We were careful to plan the smallest carport that we could get away with because we didn’t want it to overpower the tiny house. By our calculations, this is the littlest two-car carport in our neighborhood. If you look on the right you can see a small shed in front of the store room. This is for golf cart parking. We plan to line the shed floor with some of the pavers we removed from the yard and use more to make brick pathway from the golf bay to our back fence gate. That will come much later.
I guess I should put an animal or two in this post since it is called the KITTYBUNNYCHICKEN right?
BIG BABY! 🙂
Mulder is keeping his eye on the construction workers. They do NOT want him to come over there!
Indeed no! He’s a “chicken kitty”! 🙂
We drove by on Saturday after the market to check it out. It looks fantastic. Girl, you are going all out!
Having a ball too! Can’t wait til it’s finished and everything is cleaned up.